Review: We are displaced from Malala Yousafzai
Review: We are displaced from Malala Yousafzai
Hello dears! How are you? I hadn’t had time to share the last book I read in 2019: We are displaced, from the activist...
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REVIEW: A CHRISTMAS CAROL FROM CHARLES DICKENS
REVIEW: A CHRISTMAS CAROL FROM CHARLES DICKENS
Hello dears! How are you? What a better way to end this year than reading this classic story: A Christmas Carol from Charles Dickens,...
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REVIEW: Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo
REVIEW: Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo
Hi loves! How are you? What a better way to start November than sharing this review, a classic of Mexican popular literature: Pedro Páramo...
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REVIEW: La Flor de Lis by Elena Poniatowska
REVIEW: La Flor de Lis by Elena Poniatowska
Hi dears! How are you? This month I decided to read a very nice novel by Mexican author Elena Poniatowska: La Flor de Lis...
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Gallery Weekend 2019: A finde full of art
Gallery Weekend 2019: A finde full of art
Hi loves! How are you? This weekend the seventh edition of Gallery Weekend was celebrated, so here are the 3 galleries I visited and...
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Review: Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
Review: Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
Hi dears! How are you? Last week I found in Reforma one of the books I was most curious to read: Breakfast at Tiffany’s...
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“Vogue like a painting” at the Franz Mayer Museum
“Vogue like a painting” at the Franz Mayer Museum
Hi loves! How are you? This weekend he visited the exhibition to celebrate 20 years of Vogue in Mexico: Vogue like a painting, at...
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8 things you didn’t know about the LeonTrotsky House Museum
8 things you didn’t know about the LeonTrotsky House Museum
Hi dears! How are you? A few weeks ago I visited the Leon Trostky House Museum. He was a Russian politician and revolutionary, one...
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Appareance stripped bare: Duchamp and Koons at the Jumex Museum
Appareance stripped bare: Duchamp and Koons at the Jumex Museum
Hello dears! How are you? This week, I finally had the opportunity to visit the exhibition Appearance Stripped Bare: Desire and Object, by Marcel...
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My 3 favorite artworks from Opera Omnia (and why you need to visit it) at the Cenart
My 3 favorite artworks from Opera Omnia (and why you need to visit it) at the Cenart
Hello dears! How are you? Last weekend, the Cenart opened its doors of “Opera Omnia”, a collection of works from three Italian Renaissance’s icons:...
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